Family members behind half of child trafficking cases, says UN-backed data study

A study by the United Nations’ migration agency, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), reveals that in almost half of the child trafficking case a family member is involved.

Santosh Chaubey  | Posted by Sanjana Agnihotri
November 29, 2017 | UPDATED 16:37 ISTPicture for represenatation (Photo: Reuters)Picture for represenatation (Photo: Reuters)

It is a family member in almost half of the cases who forces a child into human trafficking, says a first of its kind study by the United Nations’ migration agency- the International Organisation for Migration (IOM). Tiếp tục đọc “Family members behind half of child trafficking cases, says UN-backed data study”